Corbyn is right: the war on terror isn’t working – but we should also drain the swamp

Amid predictable fake outrage from his Conservative opponents, Jeremy Corbyn – no friend of H&D! – has dared to tell the truth.  As election campaigning resumed today (following several days hiatus due to the terrorist bombing of a Manchester concert hall) the Labour leader said: “We must be brave enough to admit the war on terror is simply not working. We need a smarter way to reduce the threat from countries that nurture terrorists... [Read More...]

Millwall and Blackburn fans contest election

An election that has been otherwise tedious (so far) is enlivened by two candidates representing fans of Millwall and Blackburn Rovers, contesting otherwise safe Labour constituencies. In Lewisham East, the candidate is a 72-year-old female artist, Willow Winston: not exactly the Millwall stereotype! Her campaign is prompted by a very dodgy relationship between the local Labour establishment and an offshore company behind the ‘New Bermondsey’... [Read More...]

Nominations close for General Election

Nominations closed at 4 pm on Thursday for next month’s General Election. The National Front decided some time ago not to contest this election, so the main nationalist party in contention will be the BNP. We believe that there will be nine BNP candidates plus another standing without using the party name, and seven English Democrats.  Please note that we include the EDs here because the party absorbed a significant number of former BNP activists... [Read More...]

Le Pen polls best ‘far right’ result since Second World War

Marine Le Pen polled 34% in this year’s French presidential election. In the second round of the French presidential election, National Front (FN) leader Marine Le Pen achieved the best ‘far right’ election result since the Second World War, facing former Rothschild banker Emmanuel Macron, who only a year ago formed his own political party En Marche! Marine Le Pen has won 34%, against 66% for Macron. Around 11% – 4 million... [Read More...]

Arron Banks announces plans for post-UKIP movement

Arron Banks says that UKIP has dispatched itself with “a strategic bullet to the back of the head”. Following this week’s catastrophic election results which signalled the death of UKIP, the party’s former chief donor Arron Banks has issued a statement condemning new leader Paul Nuttall and confirming plans to launch “a new movement with radical policies and direct democracy”. According to Banks this will “launch... [Read More...]

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